Beginning April 1, 2022, the Clinton County Health Department will no longer be conducting individual case investigations associated with COVID-19 cases. COVID-19 will remain a threat to the health of our community, but this threat has been significantly reduced. Effective vaccines and effective therapeutics have significantly reduced the risk of severe illness and death associated with infection.
As such, we will no longer be contacting individuals who test positive to provide guidance on Isolation, nor will we be conducting contact tracing activities associated with cases. The guidance for Isolation and Quarantine associated with infection and exposure to COVID-19 remains in place, and we encourage all to abide by these guidelines in order to safeguard the health of those who are at the highest risk of poor outcomes associated with infections.
If you have any questions, please call us at 816-539-2144
If You Test Positive for COVID-19 (Isolation)
|Everyone, regardless of vaccination status should||Stay home for 5 days from symptom onset|
If you have no symptoms after five days, you can resume normal activities
Wear a mask for an additional 5 days after resuming normal activities
Contact persons, you were in contact with beginning 48 hours PRIOR to symptoms beginning, through five days after symptoms start, and inform them they have been exposed
If You Were Exposed to Someone with COVID-19
Everyone, regardless of vaccination status should
|Wear a mask around others for 10 days.|
Test on day 5 if possible
If you develop symptoms get a test and stay home
Further Information on Quarantine and Isolation can be found on the CDC webpage here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/quarantine-isolation.html